Sabotage - Poem by Bryony Sheldon
I stand there, helpless,
All I can contribute is a scream
Lamenting the horrific scene.
Your neck snaps, skin melts,
Collarbone breaks on the seatbelt.
Your skull smashes against the wheel;
Bone fragments through the windshield.
Your flesh sticks to the warm leatherette.
Your eyes close to your heart's arrest.
Hairs singeing, glass slashes
Your face. You'll soon be ashes.
I watch you, completely helpless.
But if you weren't so selfish
I wouldn't have had to make you pay,
Wouldn't have to let you burn away.
I can't tell with all those secrets that you hid
If you loved me as much as you said you did.
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